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about the ponzi scheme, his wife and the son who committed suicide. >>> and charlie sheen, the biggest star on network tv, a wild interview. why is he suing cbs? >>> and made in america. a family is stunned when we go through their house searching for u.s. products. all about creating more american jobs. >>> good evening. we begin tonight with a u.s. exclusive, moammar gadhafi. the flamboyant and brutal dictator at the center of the firestorm in libya. today our christiane amanpour became the only american reporter to sit with gadhafi. he refused to acknowledge libyan protesters. he laughed at demands that he step down, even as anti-government forces rage across his country. so let's go right away to christiane in tripoli. good evening, christiane. you sat right across from a man the whole world is wondering what he'll do next. what did you hear? >> reporter: well, diane, i see he was relaxed and focused determined to tell his side of the story. on the other hand, he remains incapable of realizing there is an uprising against him. colonel gadhafi emerged from the first of a convoy of c
the plug on "two and a half men" for the season and what is next for charlie sheen? and meredith is live from hollywood as final preparations get under way for sunday's academy awards. >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
about today. charlie sheen, he lets loose in a big way. jeff rossen spent most of the day with him yesterday and joins us from los angeles with more. >> yeah, we showed up there for a very candid conversation inside his mansion in beverly hills. i met his twin boys. the goddesses, his two live-in girlfriends he's living with. we spoke about a wide range of topic, drug abuse to depression to violence. advice from his father. >> ever show up to the set drunk? >> never once. a little bit sideways. never loaded, never drunk. i'm there to show others how it's done. it's not really rocket science. >> you're angry. >> not angry. i'm passionate. everybody thinks i should be begging for my job back. it's everybody else that's going to be beg iging me for their jo back. i'm a man of my word. i'll finish with show, even season ten. 3 million an episode, take it or leave it. >> you make 2 million an episode now -- >> roughly. >> and you want 3 million. >> i'm underpaid. look at the money they're making. i'm tired of pretending like i'm not special, like i'm not [ bleep ] rock star from mars. p
eventually caught up, and the match continues for two more days. >>> well, charlie sheen claimed at o a radio show that he showed up for work on monday and no one was there. he says he is ready to get back to filming and actually blamed his show's producers for any delay. >>> also, tmz reports sheen received a text message from the last porn star he partied with telling him she's pregnant, but that she doesn't believe it's his. just keeps getting more bizarre. >>> well, "30 rock's" alec baldwin got a star on the hollywood walk of fame on monday. he said it was cool for his daughter to have two parents, including former wife kim bassinger, who has stars on the walk of fame. >>> russian-born 25-year-old irina shayk has been chosen for the cover of this year's sports illustrated swimsuit issue. she found out last night on the david letterman show. she was obviously excited about it. >>> this comes to us from news channel 5 in burlington, vermont, where showing some heart is all that's needed keep a mysterious valentine's day tradition alive. for the ninth year in a row an unknown person or perso
to demand the removal of qaddafi? a fair and balanced discussion next. >>alisyn: and charlie sheen is ranting. >> they look at their loser lives and they say, i can't process it, well, know, you never well, stole trying, just it is back and enjoy the show. >>alisyn: he is partying it up in the bahamas and the crew of the show is now out of work. [ robin ] quality and reliability are more than words here. it's personal. i have diabetes. so i'm proud to manufacture the accu-chek aviva meters and test strips here in the usa. and now we put a prescription discount card in every box so you'll pay no more than $15 on tt strips, which is a true american value foreople with dbetes likee. [ male announcer ] accu-chek aviva. born in the usa. >>clayton: president obama ending cooperation with libya and freezing the family assets. the president is pushing unilateral sanctions but does that go far enough? here for a fair and balanced debate is a democratic strategist and former minnesota senator coleman. senator, let me start with you, the president has been receiving some criticism to his resp
cutting themselveses and chronic hiccupers to hold their breath while drinking water and charlie sheen should make porns with nondisclosure agreements. >> you look like you have been losing weight. >> i have been hanging out with charlie sheen. we are on a strict diet. >>> to the greg-alogue. i have been watching egypt the same way i watch the pro bowl, in my underwear, confused. the men crowding the streets of cairo, and i realize what goodwill did with billy crystal's old sweaters. i hope it is a good thing. state side protests erupted with the ready-made signs. i know mubarak sucks, but will his replacement be any better? and i can't help but get spoobed by the name "muslim brotherhood." and i have a feeling they don't like israel or us either. and some of the commentary around here kills me. we have climate change alarm mists linking unrest to global warming which makes me want to throw up on climate change alarmists. but they are half right. rising food prices make people angry, and food prices are going up. after all, we are turning corn into ethanol instead of chowder, and i lik
told me about the new video and then charlie sheen called my radio show. >> everybody is trying to get hold of you, especially me. let's talk about britney spears, she just unveiled a new video. >> it came out last night. >> there's some question whether she's dancing. tell us what you think. >> it's a great individual wroe. very visually assaulting. there's a lot happening. it kind of pays homage to her older video on the screen. you can see shots of "baby one more time." but there was some intricate dancing going on, very fast moving. i've seen her in concert. she can move. can she still move? i want to say this is her. >> she's still very young. she ought to be able to move like that. you say that because the body looks too good. it looks so much better than it did that last one. >> she's been through like body boot camp, i think. >> she looks great. >> going from barefoot and pregnant britney to this britney, quite a transformation. >> let's talk about charlie sheen. he apparently called a nationally syndicated sports show and is getting some criticism. he told dan patrick that he
and not queen elizabeth? charlie sheen being, well, charlie sheen? >> you know, they lay down with their ugly wives in front of their ugly children and look at their loser lives and look at me and say i can't process it! no, you never will. stop trying. sit back and enjoy the show! >> this time his rant cost him his job and a lot of other people their job. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> welcome aboard, folks. live from studio e, they were up in the middle of the night. 1:00 this morning in the assembly of wisconsin's state legislature. they finally passed that budget repair bill. now, just like the u.s. congress, there are two houses. you've got the assembly and you've got the senate. the senate democrats are still in illinois. but the important thing is it is moving forward because the democrats in the assembly, every one of them voted against it. and four republicans voted against it but there was a majority and in the end, it prevailed. >> but are those senate democrats -- are they actually coming home at night and getting clean clothes at their house? well, that's what the govern
. here is what people are talking about. >> what will charlie sheen say next? just days after cps halted production. the star is making media rounds and not holding back. >> defeat is not an action. they chose to fight with a war lock. >> reporter: charlie sheen seems agitated and angry. >> do you owe cbs an apology? >> no, they owe me a big one publicly while licking my feet. >> reporter: sheen isn't apologizing for his behavior and assists he is now only high on life not drugs. >> i am on a drug it's called charlie sheen. it's not available because if you try it once, you will die. your face will melt off and your children will weep over your exploded valley. >> reporter: and now we know just how intense. >> i was banging 7-gram rocks because that's what i am, i'm on one speed, go. >> reporter: sheen also addressed his controversial comments he made about the producers on the air. >> it's three mill an episode. take it or leave it. everybody is thinks i should be begging for my job back. i forewarn them, everybody else is going to be begging me for their job back. >> reporter: late ton
contaminated the playboy paradise. details coming up. plus, charlie sheen. charlie sheen in his own words. >> i heal really quickly, but i also unravel pretty quickly. get me right now, guys. i'm here and i'm ready. they are not. bring it. you know. >> shepard: bring it the actor on getting back to work. ened why he says crack is okay sometimes. sometimes. all that plus our top five things of the day coming up. with aarp we can fly out to see family. and we can cook out more with friends. my card lets me work out more. ♪ and ours lets us eat out me. aarp helps us do our favorite thing. the new website is my favorite thing. [ female announcer ] with aarp you get so much more out of life. call now to get the latest issue of our award-winning magazine absolutely free and discover the best of what's next. i've been looking at the numbers, and i think our campus is spending too much money on printing. i'd like to put you in charge of cutting costs. about our job. what i'm saying... excuse me? alright, fine. no, you don't have to do it. ok? [ male announcer ] notre dame knows it's better for xerox
are facing a deadline that's just hours away. >>> plus, charlie sheen's show and tell. now he wants to prove he's unleashed his radio rep jobs with a sound mind. >>> and it's a testament to winter weather. there's snow in san diego. can you believe that, san diego? hi, everybody, i'm thomas roberts in today for alex witt, and welcome to "msnbc sunday." i appreciate your time. 9:00 here in the east, 6:00 out west. >>> we get straight to what's happening right now. fast-moving developments in libya this morning. antigovernment protesters say they're taking steps to form an alternative government. a member of the city council of benghazi says the libyan cities currently under the control of rebels have selected an ex-justice minister to lead a provisional government. also this morning, rebels say they now have control of the city closest to the capital of tripoli. nbc's stephanie gosk is in benghazi, libya, with the very latest for us. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, thomas. the former libyan justice minister who resigned in protest over the violence is now here in benghazi
sheen development that no one else is covering. on fox business. charlie sheen would tell you. if you don't get. because the government of connecticut is doing the same. >> glenn: welcome to the glenn beck program. gas prices have sky rocketed. it has gone up 17 cents a gallon. national average $3.25 a gallon and plausible in the near future that the average person will not be able to afford gas for the car or oil to heat the home. we'll be like green. it is total solar industry. is anyone else notice that media doesn't care about the gas prices. the last administration was all about oil companies . now crickets. we are facing the worst oil destable. be patient, be patient. i am sure the media who are close to catch up. they were with egypt. it is not taking you by surprise, it is taking the media. i saw the headline from reuters. >> after the crisis a world wide rise in unrest. yes. they talk about unrest in tuinousia and egypt and maybe saudi arabia and china and europe. boy, that is pretty, if i only had a brain, huh. sounds eeriely similar to something else we have seen before. li
for help. who dialed 911 to complain about charlie sheen's behavior? the real life hollywood drama. man, rough life for charlie these days. >>> before we get to that, to egypt. a tense, angry and politically charged nation this morning. >> it seems neither opponents nor supporters of president hosni mubarak will step down. >> abc's alex marquardt is in cairo with the very latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, rob and vinita. it is now 9:30 in egypt. those who managed to sleep last night are waking up to reports of new violence. i'm watching tense scenes on tahrir square right now where pro-government forces are facing off against antigovernment demonstrators. i'm watching people breaking big stones into smaller rocks for throwing. chants of revolution, revolution until victory. the egyptian government says five people were killed overnight and 800 were injured. of course, it could be higher. right now there's a relative lull compared to earlier when heavy gunfire broke out in the square before dawn. al jazeera showed video of the injured being dragged away. this follows a pit
, deb. well, he is out of rehab but charlie sheen is never far from the hollywood spotlight. our showbiz news is up next. >>> it's the geekiest race ever and it's our random moment of the day. here you go. a british athlete is planning to run the tokyo marathon this weekend with this really funky contraption strapped to his body. he calls it an i-run and wait until apple hears about this. it's got four iphones on rotating mounts. it's got an ipad, an android handset, three mobile wi-fi routers. he plans to stream all 26 miles live on the internet. by the way, the satellite dish on the helmet is just for show. you have to love that creativity of some folks there. all right. two of hollywood's most controversial stars are back in the news and not surprising. "showbiz tonight" host brooke anderson joins us live from los angeles to tell us what is going on. we have miley cyrus and charlie sheen both making headlines. brooke, let's start with miley. what do we know? >> why don't we start with miley? you may remember that her dad, billy ray cyrus, recently told "gq" magazine that miley's popul
guess we'll see if this ends up being career suicide for charlie sheen or not. harvey, thank you very much. we'll see you at 6:30 for tmz. >>> now, let's go to brian bolter and what is next at 6. >>> causing all sorts of problems are the wind and we'll have a live report on that. >>> and americans stranded in libya are making their way out of the country this evening as the white house reacts to the crisis. we'll have the latest. >> and a d.c. council member takes action after a suv scandal causes an uproar. hang tight. see you at 6. >> i'm bob barnard with the home team advantage having some people crying foul. >> a lending company is offering up a unusual dessert, ice cream made from human breast milk. the ice creamist, a trendy, yes, laura, that is what i said. a trendy parlor calls it a baby gaga ice cream claiming it sold out on friday. the company paid women who donated their breast milk after going through screenings, it was pasture aided and churned with vanilla and lemon zest. the ice cream sells for $22 a dish. >> we drink milk from cows. >> i'm not saying it's okay and i wo
and a half men." charlie sheen is at it again. another bizarre clip from another bizarre radio interview. >>> and he was taped shoving a player to the court during practice. will a college coach keep his job? we'll update you on the story next. my contacts are so annoying. i just want to rip 'em out. [ male announcer ] know the feeling? try acuvue® oasys brand contact lenses with hydraclear® plus for exceptional comfort. it feels like it disappeared on my eye. [ male announcer ] it's the #1 doctor-prescribed contact lens in the u.s. acuvue® oasys brand. >>> 22 minutes past the hour. new this morning, a firefighter let go over facebook postings. richard dougherty was with the fire department in massachusetts for 16 years. his superiors say he violated rules by posting messages that contained offensive language. the postings were taken out of context and they are planning to appeal his dmismissal. >>> the basketball coach filmed in an altercation, or appeared to be during practice. the kid ends up on the ground. this is donald connor, he has announced he will resign. he will not face ch
to perform for, guess who? gadhafi's son. >> can you imagine that? >>> three's company for charlie sheen. your skinny on that. charlie sheen. ♪ right, "the skinny." we all know what's going on these days in libya, the frightening unraveling of the gadhafi era. there is a hollywood weird part of the story that involves his son, obviously, just like we've seen in egypt, the ruling family is incredibly wealthy, mainly from oil revenues, billions of dollars. he has several sons who live these very lavish, posh, hard drinking -- >> well documented, big partiers. >> lifestyles, parties and clothes and women and yachts and booze. the funny part is the celebrities who have benefitted from these guys' lifestyles. apparently the two sons here in 2009 and 2010 threw some pretty lavish and well documented new year's eve bashes. one in st. barts and another one -- new year's in st. barts and one in caribbean. in 2009 mariah carey performed and was paid a cool $1 million just to do a couple of songs in 2009, one of the sons denied that report. pointed the finger to the other
egg. charlie sheen was there. he arrived in a keg opinion. >> justin bieber also criticized the american health care system and compared it unfavorably to what they have in canada. if you want health care to be more affordable here, maybe you should stop promoting so many baby, baby, babies all the time. >> borders books has filed for bankruptcy and will close all of its superstars. when sarah palin heard that, she said, finally, we're closing the borders. i've been fighting for this. i've been fighting for this. >> the budget calls for 3$.7 trillion in spending which is, i know, a difficult number to wrap your head around. perhaps this "abc world news" demonstration will clear things up for you. >> we bought $100 in pennies and stacked them them. until we got the $3.7 trillion budget. each one of the stacks of five pennies represents $2 billion. >> let me give you an impression of a reporter at abc. i have a degree from columbia university. now, i'm stacking pennies to make a pie chart. are you kidding me? >>> a quick announcement. a bittersweet one for us at "america this
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.can see career advancement r you. >> james: have you heard the latest with charlie sheen? >> gray: he has three women at one time. one is the wife or ex- wife. but now he's living with three women. >> james: he's not going back to work anymore. cbs said you werae done. he went back on the radio yesterday and this is what he said. he lashed bet against the " creator and said. he has violent hatred he called him a stupid man and challenged him to a fight on the air. hours after that they said they were pulling the plug production has been cancelled. this is their highest rated comedy show. he stood up and said it won fire me cancel my show a bet you well. and they stood up and said yes i will. >> gray: he is sick. when i went to bed last night, i was watching each channel, three women living with him now including the soon-to-be ex- wife of popular.you learn. >> james: how many people work at that show and how many people are out of a job now. if no major-league 3, the ceo of the productions also worked with the lindsay lohan, he says that work with people with substance issues. he says i'm
to get a job at charlie sheen's place to help him with his rehab. >> did you hear that? he's having rehab inside his own home. how is that rehab? the briefcases and the girls still coming in. that's not going to work out. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> dictators, bad. but i got to say, this one is a tough call. >> egypt has been unmistakably a major ally if not the major ally of the united states and the region. >> egypt is israel's most important strategic ally in the region. >> egypt controls a vital artery for the region's oil and the unrest could have a major impact on what you pay for gas. >> how about ten cents more a gallon. >> ten cents more a gallon? crush the revolution! cut off their thumbs! long live mubarak! >>> all right. top of the hour, 6:00 on the east coast. live look at times square. good morning, everyone. welcome to mj m"morning joe." it's tuesday, february 1st. with us on set, mike barnacle. and we also have pulitzer prize winning historian john meachem. hi, willie. we're going to get right to egypt, but there is a ruling out of florida which could put the healt
charlie sheen's hospitalization. number four, spilted issuing swimsuit issue. number three the budget. >> the choices we have made are pretty tough choices. >> shepard: republicans argue they don't go far enough to make needed changes in social security and medicare. number two, the guy who told us the united states that iraq had weapons of mass destruction now admits it was all a lie. and, number one, after egypt tried to block demonstrators from the web, the obama administration says there is no silver bullet for internet repression. >> there is no app. for that. >> shepard: so it's setting aside millions of dollars to support cyber dissidence. that is fox report's top five. on this day in 1961 sabine that airlines crash killed 73 people including the entire united states figure skating team. the athletes along with several family members and coaches boarded a flight from russells from now jfk. they were headed for the world championships in brawg. prague. the plane crashed in russells. among the dead mayor bell and her two champion daughters. the loss of the entire american team le
-866-645-4121 today. >>> charlie sheen is rehabbing at home. rehabbing at home. yes, we have videotape. let's check in. this is live. this is live. what's this? wait a minute. look at that. >> wow. >> welcome back to "morning joe." oh, goodness. 33 past the hour. >>> politico is reporting that mark kelly, the astronaut husband of congresswoman gabrielle giffords has decided to fly the space shuttle "endeavour's" final mission in april. kelly and nasa are expected to make an announcement yesterday. >> we have been praying for mark's wife, gabby giffords, for many days now. but i want gabby and mark and their entire family to know that we are with them for the long haul. and god is with them for the long haul. >> wow. las vegas police have arrested a man in connection with the brazen theft of $1.5 million in chips from the bellagio casino last year. the 29-year-old who's the son of a local judge was allegedly caught trying to sell the chips to the local cops. >> where was he hiding the chips? >>> an italian researcher claims he unraveled the mystery of who was the model for leonardo da vinci's mona lisa
'd give met title and they didn't. a lot to talk about until the news. we're going to veer from charlie sheen, since we have richard haass here, to libya. in libya, the situation keeps getting worse. what's going on? you go from cairo over to casablanca, north africa is under siege. >> actually, not really. >> come on, come on. i'm trying to wake people up. i don't have mika here. she's in the south of france with her family. just work with me. i'm going to do it again. hold on. let me do this, north africa, under siege, richard haass, what say you? >> good point, joe. egypt, let's see how that place out. it's a long process. there's all sorts of potential still there for this to work out. if it does work out, it's a quarter of the arab world and it will set a model that others will want to follow. libya, fundamentally different. there's almost no good outcome here. if the gadhafi outcome stays, you have this illegitimate government. if they do, you'll have a country where the central government doesn't run things. either way, let me make a prediction. >> yes. >> the united states will
who used to be the governor of utah will step down in april. charlie sheen's troubled past apparently not troubling to him. new reports say the actor is refusing now to go to rehab. charlie says he'll seek treatment at home instead. according to radar on-line, sheen told family members he doesn't have a problem. despite their desperate plea. just this morning, sources reveal sheen has wasted half a million dollars. >> in a week. >> for drugs and women over the past six months. >> oh. >> alone. >> not only, that he leaves his kids with a porn star. ok, can you babysit? now that i'm done with you. all right, meanwhile, a story that you need to know. all of our superheroes seem to be taking -- being taken over by the british. >> here the thing. we told you last week about how captain america, the new movie that's coming out, when it goes overseas, it's not going to be captain america. they'll take captain america off the title. get this, there are a number of -- a host, as brian referred to, of our superheroes who now will be played -- these are american superheroes who will be played b
. >>> the troubles continue for actor charlie sheen. production of his show, "two and a half men," has been canceled for the rest of the see son. taping was set to resume last week after it was halted after sheen tried rehab but after some rants on his boss, the show was shut down. 200 crew members are out of a job for the rest of the season and that leaves a gab. >> and all of the employees who are out of a job. well, sal is the one man who knows about our commute, right, sal? >>> driving today will not be the best. this is westbound bay bridge. looks like it's about a 15-minute delay. people are going slowly because it's raining. people have been slowing down. there's been flooding in san francisco along 280, cesar chavez. taking a look at 880 north and southbound that commute will be busy. farther down in hayward, 880 southbound another day, another accident. southbound 880 at ten ni son there's a crash. traffic is slowing down approaching highway 92. if you're driving into south bay, 280 is slow at 17 but 17 north and south not good driving in the mountains. if that is your commute, you need to
and 10 carat rings and it's flushed down the toilet. >> kelsey grammar, and charlie sheen, three or four marriages under his belt in five years. look at the people who didn't get married, like goldie hawn and kurt russell, lasting forever and they didn't walk down the aisle. something works when you don't do it. >> celebrities are superstitious. if you take angelina jolie and brad pitt. maybe there's a karmic reason they are not getting married because they're afraid it will ruin everything. you hear about couples that date for years, ten years, they get engaged and get married and it's over in a month. i think there's superstitions with actors. >> times have changed. you don't need it anymore. would it be nice if you found the right person and you felt like you could make that commitment and that piece of paper wouldn't make a difference? but i think people are thinking twice before doing it and making sure it is absolutely right but then again there are people like my participates that have been married happily for 47 years. >> look how good you turned out. >> i can't keep a relationsh
class. >>> we understand enough is enough for the producer of charlie sheen's tv show "two and a half men." after his latest rant, they have cancelled the rest of the season. >>> we're following developments inside of libya. our senior international correspondent ben wedeman is joining us live from the libyan city of benghazi. thank you very much. obviously there are pockets of that country we cannot see and get access to because it is so closed off. what are you seeing where you are on the ground where it seems protesters have now taken over the streets? >> reporter: well, what we're seeing is that this is yet another day of these huge demonstrations here in benghazi, and despite the fact that it is very windy, very cold and very rainy, we're seeing more and more people coming into this area. this is essentially the group that runs the city at this point. it runs everything from garbage collection, and it is the heart of the city. what we're seeing here is that people are not only demonstrating against gadhafi. they're also expressing their solidarity with the people of tripoli, with
at 147 people. but officials are worried that number could rise. and charlie sheen is looking to cash in on the meltdown that may have ended his hit show two and a half men the gossip web site tmz.com is shopping for a book deal. he is reportedly looking for bids starting at $10 million. sheen is furious over plans to cancel his sitcom for the rest of the season and maybe for good. those are your top stories for right now. well, a producer here at fox news in our new york bureau. he is also the network's resident oscar expert. we would argue the overall expert of the world. he joins us with his predictions who is going to walk away with the gold tonight. great to see you today. >> happy oscar sunday to you. are you as excited as i am? i hope you are. >> shannon: i have actually seen some of the movies this year. i feel like some years i haven't seen any of them. let's start with best picture. do you have any favorites? who do you think is actually going to win? >> best picture, shannon, this is fascinating. up until that six weeks ago it appeared that the shocial network had the oscar
, but would you really want your kids to be closer to charlie sheen? >> it sounds a little like two and a half men, two and a half families, doesn't it? >> it does. how is he doing these days? >> he's staying home and doing sober treatment at home. apparently he has to have a sober coach with him at all times and he says he's supposed to return to the set next -- actually, today. >> he just seems like he wasn't on that road. >> he wants another movie, another major league baseball movie, too. in addition to having his ex-wives live next to each other and him, he wants to embark on another baseball movie. >> at least he'll be working. he seems to be fine if he's working because somehow he's able to control his urges more. >> during work, but you know what's interesting is he had over to his house yesterday colin ferrell. and colin ferrell -- >> has his own baggage. >> but i believe he's been sober, so i wonder if he could be kind of his coach. >> okay. >> what about lindsay lohan? is she getting back to work? >> she has a court appearance tomorrow, as you ladies well know. there is talk that sh
.8 gallons of alcohol per year. 4.8 gallons of alcohol or thursday as charlie sheen calls it. >> uh-oh. another dig at charlie sheen. >> hard to drink more than three gallons of alcohol. >> at one sitting? >> yeah. pretty much. >> maybe in a month. >> without having your stomach pumped. i believe that comes with the three gallons, a free pump. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. let's talk about the headlines and let's talk about the weather. you missed it. first snow you've missed in a while on monday. >> that's ok. not feeling too bad about it. >> weather could put a dent on voter turnout in chicago where rahm emanuel is running to become the next mayor. polls open in a couple of hours and the forecast calls for cold and snow. so vote early, vote often. president obama's former chief of staff has been leading in the polls by about 30 points. over 73,000 early votes have already been cast in the race. >> two sides clash outside city hall. this is in tampa, during a protest in favor of high speed rail. >> let's create jobs! what do we want? high speed rail. >> governor rick
business. >> gretchen: charlie sheen's ex-wife won custody of the twins. sheen will pay $55,000 a month in child support. it started with one tiny hole. the roof of the metrodome collapsed last december. heavy snow just tearing into sheds there. today the contractors will enter bids because the expected repair cost could be $18 million. they will say the whole thing has to be replaced instead of repaired. >> steve: for years teacher's unions are trying to get parents to reach in to give more cash to improve their children's edication. - education. (chanting) where is our cash? >> they need the cash fast. those are public school teachers. but comparison found that student in catholic schools scored better on standardized test and schools are spending a lot less. founder of the daily calling.com. >> good morning. >> geraldo: establish tabe we talk about wanting the best for our kid exercise maybe the answer is catholic schools. >> there is a lot to learn. clearly the first myth that needs to be disspelled there is a direct corladings and the results you getment states that spend some of t
endorsements to? >> darya: he has proven himself on the field. his could be over. charlie sheen, may be time for a prayer. >> gary: he's making $2 million an episode. maybe he can help oprah show. >> darya: how about sports illustrated? >> gary: it's got run all those girlfriend on the cover. she's christie and aeronaut those conference. it's five things you don't know about her, she's his girlfriend and a model. >> gary: that is to be the closest thing to pornography, i tell this story about a guy who walked by plot i maxim magazine in my lap and said this is your new bible. there's all these magazines ever, that is very attractive. but there's 10 of those now. >> darya: absolutely. you subscribe to it though, as we consider the santa automatically. >> gary: the debt and retire? >> darya: know this is the span when the other guy retired. >> gary: she's still with the guy is as his name in the paper. otherwise dump him. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. >> louisa: we will continue with another weather check coming up. >>
that charlie sheen could be back to work within two weeks. >> after his at-home rehab. >> right, this would be -- maybe it's a new project. you can rehab at home in two weeks. >> maybe he should join that celebrity rehab show. >> that would be great news for dr. drew. that's about it. i don't think there's enough cameras to cover his life. >> no kidding. more on that later. in the meantime, protesters are packing cairo's main square for a 15th straight and now we're starting to learn more about the people behind the protests. including an egyptian billionaire who has been lending his support. joining us right now from cairo with the very latest is leland, hello. >> good morning, steve. he is the richest guy in egypt and the only big businessman supporting protesters. just got done interviewing him a couple of hours ago. he's put his newspaper and television station behind these protesters and he's got a big warning for us even though he's lost billions in the whole protest because of economic downturns. he said there's no price for freedom but as one of the biggest protests gets started on
and the one who crawled out of a hole looking like charlie sheen after a three day party? [laughter] liberals could be less interested in democracy when it came to chasing out saddam hussein and starting democracy. [applause] so, it's really adorable seeing them get chocked up about democracy now. you know, if they want to get rid of overbearing out of touch spots, can we start with janet that poll dnaplitano? oh, yes, that's right. we inprovided and we found out he didn't have files of weapons of mass destruction. he had weapons of mass destruction, but liberals told us, well, he couldn't have had mass piles of weapons of mass destruction for five years, five long years. while, we invaded in march 2003, so by march 2008, israel would be gone and saddam would be in control of the entire middle east. thanks, liberals. [applause] now they are shocked and appalled to discover there's a dictator in the middle east. [laughter] mubarak supports u.s. policy, used his army to fight islamic terrorists, and he failed to recognize israel's right to exist, or as liberals call it, three strikes and your o
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